Visiting and connecting at Wesleyan – it is all about experiencing, imagining, and deciding – what the unique value of a Wesleyan education might be for you.

Wesleyan is pleased to welcome visitors on campus for scheduled tours. Advance registration is required.

In-Person Campus Tours


    Weekday Semester Schedule

    9:00 a.m. Campus Tour -- followed by 10:30 a.m. Information Session
    1:00 p.m. Campus Tour -- followed by 2:30 p.m.  Information Session

    *schedule may differ slightly during January and March school breaks

    Weekend Semester Schedule

    12:00 p.m. tour only

    Register for a Campus Visit  Meet Our Tour Guides


    We are open for group visits! Please see restrictions and other guidelines below.

    • Wesleyan will host only one group per day.
    • The maximum group size is 40ppl.
    • No group visits will be scheduled during Fall or Spring break, Open House, WesFest or the month of April.  Visits will also not be scheduled during Reunion/Commencement.
    • Late groups may forfeit part of their visit experience.
    • On-campus dining may be an option. Please ask when contacting us.
    • All non-vaccinated visitors must mask while on campus.

    Register for a group visit

Can't Make it to Campus?

Wesleyan is committed to providing full access to all prospective students and their families. We know that not everyone can travel to visit our campus – for a variety of reasons. We are proud and delighted to make virtual tours, sessions, and meetings available to you. Also, please know that Wesleyan does not factor demonstrated interest into admission decisions; therefore, choosing not to visit campus will not have any impact on your candidacy.


    Join a student tour guide on this virtual walk-through campus. Have your questions ready; there will be plenty of time to have them answered.

    Sign Up For a Virtual Tour   Interactive Campus Map

    Follow along as our student guides take you on a video tour of their college home and offer you insights into academics, athletics, dining, and other aspects of Wesleyan life.